Alabama and Clemson top the list of 25 most dominant college football programs

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Joe Robbins/Getty Images Business Insider has compiled a list of the schools with the most dominating football programs over the last decade, on and off the field.The Alabama Crimson Tide are the most dominant college football program. Five schools outside the FBS Power 5 conferences cracked the Top 25. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.When it comes to college football, there are powerhouses and then there is everyone else.Business Insider has compiled a list of the schools that have run the most dominating football programs over the last decade.To create the ranking we used a formula based on factors such as games and championships won in the last 10 years across all levels (with recent championships weighted more heavily), appearances in the biggest bowl games during that stretch, games won, NFL players produced, and revenue generated by the football team.Here are the 25 most dominant college football programs. 25. Boise State Loren Orr/Getty Images Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $16.8 millionNew Year’s 6 bowl appearances: 1Conference championships: 5BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0National championships: 0Players in the NFL: 15One thing to know: Only three FBS schools (Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State) have won more games than Boise State (109) over the last decade.Data is is for the 2009-18 seasons across FBS, FCS, Division II, and Division III. Championships were weighted by division and years since title. 24. Iowa Matthew Holst/Getty Images Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $53.3 millionNew Year’s 6 bowl appearances: 1Conference championships: 0BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0National championships: 0Players in the NFL: 27One thing to know: Iowa has won at least eight games in eight of the last 10 seasons.  23. Stanford Cody Glenn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $31.5 millionNew Year’s 6 bowl appearances: 1Conference championships: 3BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0National championships: 0Players in the NFL: 26One thing to know: Stanford, Wisconsin, and Boise State are the only FBS schools with 100 wins over the last decade and no appearances in the College Football Playoff or the BCS title game.  22. Northwest Missouri State Colin E. Braley/AP Avg. football revenue, last 10 years: $2.6 millionNew Year’s 6 bowl appearances: 0Conference championships: 7BCS title game/Playoff appearances: 0National championships: 4 (Div. II)Players in the NFL: 0One thing to know: Northwest Missouri State has won three of the last six Division II titles.  21. Oklahoma State Brett Deer

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